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The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vusagec.conf

Number of commits found XX: 2

Fri, 11 Apr 2014
[ 00:51 bdrewery ] Original commit   Revision:350866
350866 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
350866 mail/vpopmail/distinfo
350866 mail/vpopmail/files/
350866 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vpopmail.c
350866 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vusagec.conf
- Update to 5.4.33
- Move auth options into its own single group
- Clarify PASSWD and VALIAS options

Changes: (* was already applied in our 5.4.32)
    Matt Brookings
  * - Defaulted to Server::Disable=True in vusagec.conf
  * - Fixed bug that didn't install vusagec.conf
    - Changed relevant quota code to use storage_t 64bit type
    - Fixed bug where backfill code wouldn't compile when FILE_LOCKING was
    - Updated MySQL module to support larger quota sizes
    - Fixed typo
    - Added disable_maildrop flag to MySQL limits feature
    - More changes to allow for larger quota sizes in MySQL module
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Tue, 9 Feb 2010
[ 13:19 roam ] Original commit 
1.81 mail/vpopmail/Makefile
1.10 mail/vpopmail/files/
1.1 mail/vpopmail/files/patch-vusagec.conf
1.19 mail/vpopmail/pkg-plist
Another attempt at fixing the vpopmail-5.4.30 local delivery problem:
fix the upstream Makefile's logic and actually install vusage.conf, while
disabling the vusagec/vusaged check since we don't even install vusaged
on FreeBSD.

Pointed out by: garga
PR:             141251 (hopefully for real this time!)

Number of commits found XX: 2

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